Christina began her ministry at MBU (Maranatha Baptist University) in 2010 along with her husband Jeff, who is the head of the Humanities Department and Speech program.
In 2012, she assumed the role as Director of the Academic Success Center, where she ran the University’s extensive academic tutoring program, provided academic coaching and counseling to students, and taught and continues to teach the Post-Secondary Academic Success class.
In 2016 she assumed the role of professor at the University, where she enjoys teaching Special Education and Psychology classes. She also has the privilege of directing plays alongside her husband, and coaching speech recitalists at the University on occasion. In addition to those roles, she enjoys traveling to multiple churches and schools across the country; presenting her one-woman monologue on the life of Amy Carmichael, as well as speaking at ladies’ events.
The Millers boast three precious gifts from God: Ethan (16), Trey (14), and Lyvia (11). In her free time, she enjoys reading, baking/cooking, watching cooking shows, playing strategy games, and spending time with her family.
Have you or someone you know experienced loneliness? Come learn some biblical truths that will help you turn loneliness into contentment and joy.
In the godless society in which we live, our spiritual interaction in children’s lives is vital. We want to introduce our children to our God and lead them to a personal relationship with Him. In this workshop, we will examine both practical and creative ways to accomplish this purpose.
All About Him – The greatest sacrifice was when God sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross to pay for our sins. In this workshop we will be doing a string art titled “The Old Rugged Cross”. ($8 Supply Fee)
This workshop will be a candid look at the challenges and blessings of the sometimes complicated relationship between mothers and daughters-in-law. Using the beautiful narrative of Naomi and Ruth from the Old Testament, Carole and Pauletta will share the journey they have traveled to become “friend-in-laws.”
All of us experience something difficult in our lives. It may be a job, a marriage, children, health or relationships. This workshop will focus on Loving through the Difficult in regard to relationships. The speaker relates that her childhood was a very difficult one resulting in awful relationships with her parents. Love is a choice and so is forgiveness. Through my relationship with Christ, and the power of the Holy Spirit, she was able to first forgive her parents and then truly love them! If you are struggling with a difficult, painful and hurt-filled relationship, this workshop may be an encouragement to you and give you hope that God can work a miracle!
Teens- In a world that’s always changing and always redefining what beauty is, you can literally go in and out of style in the space of months, or even weeks. Is it possible that popularity has shaped our view of what is truly beautiful? No matter your physical make-up, you are beautiful because God never creates junk. However, are you the kind of beautiful that will last? I hope you’ll come find out!!
Registration Fee Includes:
- Hot Breakfast
- & Fantastic Fellowship
Cost: By September 6th, 2017- $20 | After September 6th, 2017-$25
Doors Open at 8:00, Dismissal at 3:30
Don’t forget to stop by the Stores in the Fellowship Hall.
*Music provided by Heather Schopf
Please complete one (1) registration per person. Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you!
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